Deductive and Inductive Theory?

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Inductive theory is comprised of predictions that are based on observations. Deductive theory, however, is based on reasoning from one or more premises to reach a logical conclusion. Deductive reasoning comes from general statements, while inductive theory comes from specific examples.
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Deductive takes the facts and finds an answer. Detectives usually use this method. Inductive takes the answer and finds the question.
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"Theory" is too broad! Let take an example for you to understand "inductive and deductive". In grammar, for example, "inductive grammar" is used when
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Inductive thinking is the process of building an idea by having several factors that may lead to generate this main idea. E.g: Pre-ideas A, B, C, and D will leads you to great idea
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